As we celebrate International Women’s Day, it’s important to remember that ALL women deserve support and safety, regardless of race, religion, country of origin or immigration status.
For the first time in history, a culturally-relevant, safe and confidential resource is available for Native American survivors of domestic violence and dating violence.
It’s not okay for anyone to use what has happened in your past (by choice or by force) to gain power and control by blaming, shaming or making you feel guilty.
At The Hotline, we stand with all survivors, including immigrants.
Someone in a position to support a survivor can play a crucial role in the survivor’s ability to stay safe or even leave for good.
In most abusive relationships, when an abusive partner acts “nice,” it’s really just that: an act.
Learn more about how to get involved during Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
Arguments happen in healthy relationships. Use these tips to keep your relationship healthy and respectful, even during disagreements.
The Hotline shares information about the warning signs of abuse and how to find support on VH1.com.
We want to break down some of the myths and help you learn to handle jealousy in a healthy way.